Sanbiki no saru

Or the Three Wise Monkeys of Buddhism. They are in Toshôgû Shrine in Nikko, about an hour from Tokyo by train, an incredible place in the woods so beautiful and peaceful. These little monkeys are known in Japanese as Sanbiki no saru 三匹の猿 and they embody the principle “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” (Mizaru, Kikazaru and Iwazaru in that order)

Sanbiki no saru

O los Tres Monos Sabios del Budismo. Están en el templo Toshôgû en Nikko, a una hora de Tokyo en tren, un lugar increíble en el bosque precioso y tranquilo. Estos monitos son conocidos en japonés como Sanbiki no saru三匹の猿 y juntos personifican el principio “no ver el mal, no oír el mal, no hablar el mal” (Mizaru, Kikazaru e Iwazaru en ese orden)

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